- Sep 13, 2007
- Northern VA suburb of Washington, DC
My Windows computer has a 1 TB internal hard drive that has only about 30 GB free. I could easily move 100 GB of rarely if ever used files to an external drive, which would give me a total of 130 GB free space. Even so, I need to at least begin thinking of using an internal hard drive with larger storage capacity in the next year or two. All of the other resources on the computer meet my needs, so I would rather not replace the computer if I could instead replace just the internal hard drive. Is that practical? What information would you need me to provide about that?